26/11: Pak prosecutors submit Indian evidence
Islamabad: Pakistani prosecutors on Saturday submitted documentary evidence provided by India, including
confessional statement of Ajmal Kasab, in the anti-terrorism
court conducting the trial of LeT`s Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and
six others charged with involvement in Mumbai attacks, as a
new judge began hearing the case.
Prosecutors from the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)
presented three files containing the autopsy reports of those
killed in the attacks, medico-legal reports of the injured and
lone surviving Mumbai attacker Kasab`s confessional statement
in English, Hindi and Marathi, sources said.
The evidence was presented to the court by the FIA
following an application from the defence lawyers.
Copies of all the evidence will be provided to the
accused and the defence lawyers, the sources said.
Today`s in-camera proceedings at the Adiala Jail in
Rawalpindi were conducted by Shahid Rafique, who was appointed
the new judge for hearing the Mumbai attacks case. He is the
fifth judge to hear the case since proceedings began in early
After the evidence was presented in court by the
prosecutors, Judge Rafique adjourned the case till July 23.
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